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How do you convert a number of jpg files to JPEG files all at once?


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2016-06-06 09:48:34
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There is basically no difference between jpg and jpeg. They mean the same thing, and are exactly the same type of file. It's just a different name (extension) for the same thing.

However if you want to convert these type of images in bulk, ImageBadger Image Converter will help and save your time.



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